Project Information
Project name: NEW ZEALAND: HOBSONVILLE SCHOOLS PPP
Project description:

Financing, designing, building and maintaining two new schools in Hobsonville, Auckland. The new primary school is scheduled to open at the start of 2013, with the secondary school due to open at the start of 2014.

Related articles:
11/07/2012 - New Zealand defends high PPP costs
10/04/2012 - First Kiwi PPP deal signs
21/03/2012 - New Zealand awards second PPP
06/04/2011 - First Kiwi schools PPP launched
31/05/2011 - New Zealand school shortlists three

Type: PPP
Sector: Education
Region: Australasia
Current status: Project Signed - 10/04/2012
Contract Terms
Duration: 25 years
Public Sector Procuror Details
Authority/Commssioning body: New Zealand Ministry of Education
Public sector contact: Email: nzschools.ppp@minedu.govt.nz
Private Sector Details
Consortium name: Learning Infrastructure Partners
Private sector shareholders: Hawkins - Shareholders
Programmed Facility Management - Shareholders
Private sector sub-contractors: ASC Architects - Architects
Private sector advisors: DLA Piper - Legal Advisors
Private Sector Shortlist
Consortium name: Building Futures Group
Private sector shareholders: Mainzeal Property and Construction - Shareholders
PAE, Pacific Architects & Engineers - Shareholders
Warren and Mahoney - Shareholders
Consortium name: Future Education
Private sector shareholders: Arrow International - Shareholders
Jasmax - Shareholders
Spotless Services - Shareholders

This page was last updated on:
4 July 2013.

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